Peer-to-peer car rental shop FlightCar launched its Denver location out of a hotel near DIA, but the California-based startup is looking for its own full-time location.
Apartment buildings on Race, Ogden and Marion streets and Federal Boulevard change hands, along with nearly 25,000 square feet of office space.
Demolition is in full swing on the future site of a pair of 30-story apartment towers overlooking Denver Country Club.
With more than 100 new units under construction in the neighborhood, a property company is pushing further into the neighborhood with a $13.8 million three-complex deal.
Wake-and-bake breakfasts, edible marijuana cooking classes, and pot-fueled pontoon trips: just a few ways a hospitality company plans to cater to the cannabis-loving crowd of grown-up campers.
Not a semester after buying more than 50 colleges from now-bankrupt Corinthian, an education group has cut nearly half of its staff at a call center in Thornton.
The Colorado Energy and Tech Mashup saw its first remix Wednesday with the inaugural Health and Tech event.
A Denver-based firm, whose focus has been renovating and leasing space for marijuana grow operations, is building a greenhouse of its own that will serve as a co-working space for other cannabis-related startups.
After sitting on an Uptown property for six years, a developer is putting plans in motion for a nearly 100-unit apartment project for seniors.
A wedding photographer has leased 2,500 square feet on 16th Street to create a co-working space for wedding industry types.